December 1, 2016 by Thomas
Overall a Great Camera
This is my first M43 camera and I have to say it's doing pretty well. Compatibility is as real big thing for me. The amount of adapters available for so cheap is great. I can use M43 lenses already and on top of that I can use old manual film lenses as well. The shutter speed is perfect for action shots in open light, however lowlight performance is a weak point as ISO is limited in terms of noise performance. Shooting wide open is a dangerous game with autofocus, especially for sports photography. Features such as focus peaking, live comp, and live view have been great for night time photography and photography in lowlight situations when it's hard to see what is in focus. The body is quite light, however the camera is quite short, so adding a flash and heavier lens without the grip extension kills your pinky finger. I think the EM10 II could do with a battery grip as well. The lack of weatherproofing is offsetting to me, as it limits exposure photography to warmer weather as I do not want to risk breaking my camera in the dead of winter. I really like the setup of the dials on the right side of the camera. Aperture in the front, shutter speed in the back, and I added focus peaking to the function button next to the dials. The IBIS is great for still photography, but for video it can get quite annoying at times. It is too predictive and causes the frame to overshoot the subject sometimes making the video a lot less than ideal. Overall, this is a great camera for all around photography.
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October 1, 2016 by michael
Possibly the perfect travel photography camera.
This is a magnificent, state of the art camera. It has all the functionality I need as a travel photographer who once packed medium format film gear to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It's tiny in my 3x size hands so I hold it comfortably by the lens. Even with three lenses it doesn't take up much room in carry-on luggage. The metering system is impressive. I bracket exposures for safety when shooting once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities, yet find that I use the uncompensated exposure most of the time. The image stabilization is awesome for interior low light shots in historic buildings - I have sharp hand held images at 1/4, 1/8, even 0.4 seconds (https://www.behance.net/gallery/43407755/Travel-16-Russia). BTW, the Pro lenses for this body appear to me sharper than my Canon L lenses. For reference my sports camera (sorry Olympus, mirrorless autofocus and EVFs can't do sports yet) is a Canon 1D X Mark II. After post processing, no one could tell the difference between images made with these two cameras. Which is likely why my stock photo agencies accept so many of my submissions.
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September 24, 2016 by Michael
Awesome Photography Tool
Compact form and a complete photographic tool with an unreal amount of customization. I purchased the E PL - 5 some years ago and recently purchased the EM10 Mark II as an upgrade. I shoot landscape and Cultural still life around my province of Newfoundland and Labrador. This camera is above expectation much like the E PL - 5 was a few years back. Well thought out and controls and nobs are well placed. Haven't been this excited about a camera since my old Pentax K100D.
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August 7, 2016 by DIANA
So Lightweight and small !
I recently bought this product, and I love it so far ! It was a little difficult for me to adapt myself to the camera, since I've always used DSLR(Nikon) and the system works differently. For example, the zooming on the lens is the other side, deleting pictures is slower in the Olympus camera, etc.. But overall I like it. The pictures are high quality pictures, it has many effects and filters, fish-eye effect, panorama, vintage and much more. What I like the most about the product is how lightweight and small it is! I highly recommend it if you move frequently and travel, because it is really useful for that.
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June 11, 2016 by Pyae Thein
Retro Look Packed With Great Techs
If you are a guy like me who just need better image quality than a smart phone can give you, this is the one to go. Not gonna break your wallet but you will get the most out of what you pay for. The retro look packed with many great techs is absolutely a game changer!
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